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CLEARANCE SALE.

CLEARANCE SALE.

TIIP. lakes leave the Cenlry and Public of ARMAGH and vicinity, that has THIS COMMENCED SELLING OUT HIS ENTIRE STOCK, consisting of Elack, Blue, and Medley Cloths ; CASSIMERS, DOESKINS. TWEEDS. AND VESTINGS: } FLANNELS, CASH3IERES, SHAWLS, LONG CLOTHS; aLovrs, Ac. effect a Clear
December 31, 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL SCHOOL OF DUNGANNON. I h Tlic tef. JOAN A. DARLtV, Master. J CHRISTM EXAMINATIONS the ftllowin" Honours were awarded

ROYAL SCHOOL OF DUNGANNON. I h Tlic tef. JOAN A. DARLtV, Master. J CHRISTM EXAMINATIONS the ftllowin" Honours were awarded

: The Science Medals—To Liudesav,Grant Imus, The Classical Medals—To Kennedy, Smith Irous. The Premiums —To Kennedy, 12; Smith Imu*, liurland, Stuart, 10; Baker linus, 10; l.inde-10 ; Foy. ; Dunlop, 9; Currv, 8 ; Smith 7 ; Morrow, 4 ; M’tJrath. ; O’Molia. 10; Hyde, 10; Grant lmu
December 31, 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
L.i i/. Cooki

L.i i/. Cooki

December 31, 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
The Financial Condition or Knur.—Tb« Committee of the late Grand Jury, twitted the County Officen, have been busily engaged yesterday

The Financial Condition or Knur.—Tb« Committee of the late Grand Jury, twitted the County Officen, have been busily engaged yesterday

and to-day in the Court Hodm, preparing the report on the financial condition this coanty. the rapid and progressive increase local taxation Among the gentlemen who attended were—Messrs. Henry A. Herbert, M.P., D. L., Wm. T. Crosbie, D.L., Win. Denny. D.U, James O'Comell, J.P.,
December 31, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Yesterday Mr. Francis Morga.i was re-elected one the Law Agents of the Dublin Corporation. The divisions were 23 to on

Yesterday Mr. Francis Morga.i was re-elected one the Law Agents of the Dublin Corporation. The divisions were 23 to on

the first amendment, and 23 to 9 on the second, in Mr. Morgans's favour—there being but one dissentient voice the final question hi« re-election.
December 31, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Paris, Tuesday Evening.—Christmas Day being kept a close holiday in Parii, the Legislative Assembly did act meet; and the public

Paris, Tuesday Evening.—Christmas Day being kept a close holiday in Parii, the Legislative Assembly did act meet; and the public

administrations, the Court* of Justice, and the Bourse remained cloaed. At St. Sulpice, St. Rod* and La Madeline, where the solemnity the service and >he exquisite music attract the greatest multitude, police and Republican guards were stationed in interior, keep the passage fre
December 31, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
UNDER ROYAL PATRONAGE. > !.WLEV, FISH Kll and CO/s Concentrate*: L-sence of J A ICA GINGER, prepared tor and used

UNDER ROYAL PATRONAGE. > !.WLEV, FISH Kll and CO/s Concentrate*: L-sence of J A ICA GINGER, prepared tor and used

the (jUEEN ! PRINCE ALBERT. ' , prepare*! bv p«-«*uliar process, that it contain: »• n.inatlve and restorative properties of (tinker ia tin , v 'ive stale, without the addition of any more .• A GINGER universally known as one '1 relieving Gout, Nervousness, Cramo/spasm* j .r, an
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CITY FO DUBLIN MAYORALITY OF 1850.

THE CITY FO DUBLIN MAYORALITY OF 1850.

CITY l DUBLIN UXIAYORALTY OF 2850. I ?? the various changes (soxne of them decidedly for [ ir e1s ?? ''L2" ?? - ?? IU71t Y Aur °l contingent on the rescue of the municipal admi- in our city from the grasp of an exclusive party, een departures from old and time-honcured cus- ;,ere
December 31, 1849 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TUSCANY.

TUSCANY.

The of Florence of the Kkh, states that the Tuscan Government intends convoking the Chambers about the beginning of February. The statuto of Florence has the following letter from Rome of the 17th:— are expecting a change of policy the part of the Government. It seems that e»en
December 31, 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland